Alex Ramirez

Hands and Feet of American Labor Words & Images © Alex Ramirez. The 2016 Presidential elections have stirred up a conversation about racial identity in the United States. In particular, the role of immigrants and the discussion of labor has rallied both supporters and critics,…

Frank-Mengchuan Wu

Self-Entertaining Words & Images © Frank-Mengchuan Wu. In this American Dream oriented era, every person is holding their dreams and striving to make them come true. They treat their self as a unique individual, so they always try to look charming in people's eyes. People…

Daion Chesney

Blue Bird Words & Images © Daion Chesney. Set me free is what you wail through the day and into the night. Living that same old ritual you've come accustomed to. Living that same old ritual that you don't even know you do. You've busted…

Wesley Sun

One Dress Words & Images © Wesley Sun. I believe, everyday could be an adventure. I believe, the true happiness is finding joy in our everyday life. I believe, we all can dream a little bit bigger and love a little bit more. I believe,…

Stefanie Candelario

The Not So Forgotten Borough Words & Images © Stefanie Candelario. Staten Island. What comes to mind when you hear its name? The forgotten borough of New York? The island of Italians? Or is it just an island of suburbia that people live in because…

Nicholas Joseph Contrera

The Fluidity of Sexuality and Self Words & Images © Nicholas Joseph Contrera. The concept of American Landscape is largely determined by one's own life experiences. My American Landscape is undoubtedly shaped by the diverse characters that that surround me: artists, drag queens, performers, vagabonds. Turning…

Lelanie Foster

Mr. Carlos A. Foster, Jr. Words & Images © Lelanie Foster. On the first day I photograph my uncle, ironically he talks to me about the idea of everyone doing their part to contribute to society and sings me a Bob Dylan song that goes, "how many…

Zhanna Kurmanova

The Walls Words & Images © Zhanna Kurmanova. I came to United States in 2008, fresh off the boat and barely spoke English. It was tough at first, but I liked the freedom, so I stuck around. I enjoyed the diversity and meeting people from…